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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, April 9, 1990

The University of Michigan Union April 9 to April 15, 1990

Project Community Has KUDOS for Volunteers
A large and heartfelt thank you goes out from Project Community to
all of the student and volunteer staff! Their outstanding commitment
to and performance in the area of service-learning enabled all of us to
have another great year. Special congratulations to our Winter '90
*graduates!
PROEJCT COORDINATORS

Chemical Dependency
* Sandy Choi
* Kathleen Dohert
John Fohrman
* Jeanne Gray
Todd Roeske
* Prentice Zinn
Criminal Justice
Sabrina Booth
Jeff Maple
* Amanda Carlson
* Glen Lasky
* Phil Slotnick
Michael Shaw
Kathy Garcia
Jennifer Rabiah
* Kim Anderson
Kristin Merecki
Jennifer Kellman
* Chuck Ebel
Karen Marsh
* Dora Brantely
* Kory Miller
* Laurence Polatsch
* Marc Zeplin
* Liz Rosenberg
* Wendy Lassen
OFFICE ASSISTANTS

Schools and Tutoring (Education)
* Chris Blanchard
Betsy Klein
Ronna Hall
* Lisa Noble
Charlie Schlegel
* Sebrina Hicks
* Andrew Kaminsky
Pre-School
Sharon Carpenter
Mark Michal
Health and Well Being
Sara Kole
Jennifer Buchanan
Brigid Simms
* Cheryl Roslund
* Dan Forberg
* Amy Shore
Joan Fryzek
Carla Denner
TEACHING ASSISTANTS
Toni Caldwell
Susan Davis
Nancy Staub
Ronnie Tichenor

Student Humant'ran
Award
CaIl fr CandidaLs
The Student Humanitarian
Service Award is designed to
recognize and honor five
students'outstanding contribu-
tions to public service and to
support their continued efforts
to address social needs within
the community. Five awards of
$'1,50() will be granted to under-
graduates at Campus Compact
me mber inistitutions. The award
money will be udto further
humanita rian activities as
directed by the recipient.
Candidates will meet the
following criteria:
1. Evidene -of having pro-
formed an outstanding public
service during the preceding 12-
month period. The service may
be in any field.
2. Development of an innova-
tive approach to address a social,
governmental or legal problem
within the commnunity. This
offort sho)u d demonstrate the
student's initiative and ability to
translate ideals into practical
results,
Al noinine es wi I be asked to
submit two short essays about
their servic . activities and their
proposal for a future service
effort. The University of
Michigan will choose one
representative nominee here on
campus and their name will be
forwarded for consideration for
the awards.
Award recipiens will recive
their awards a the annal
Commission Of the United State
which wil b h kin a e,
Wasin gton frmJl 11ht
the 'thThUnvriyo
Miciawilcvrtetae
and the student must be
available to r ce.ive the awyard in
pers'on in ord r to be eligible.
Applications can be piced up at
the .Proect Communi y of 1e
2205 Michigan Union, 763-358.
The deadline for applcations i
A pril 16 '1990 by 5:00 pem.

On sale now

763-TKTS

Murray Perahia
Pianist extraordinaire "endowed with sensibility, intelligence and
taste"
Saturday, April 14
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
Clive Gregson and Christine Collister
A deftly interwoven folk/pop duo with vocals, guitar, and mandolin
Saturday, April 14
7:30 and 10:00 -The Ark
Kitaro
The quintessential musician of the New Age
Sunday, April 15
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
Beausoleil
One of the most influential forces in the Cajun music revival
Sunday, April 15
7:30 and 10:00 -The Ark

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Concerto Soloists of Philadelphia
Modeled after the orchestras of Bach and Mozart
Sunday, April 22
4:00 - Rackham Auditorium

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The King's Singers
The sextet with "truly breathtaking skill"
Saturday, April 28
8:00 - Hill Auditorium
Monday-Friday,
11-2 Join us at the U-Club for lunch: it's great!

Makanya Anderson
Lynn Faustin
Jeremy Lobbezoo
Project Community students can receive academic credit for service-
learning done at over 30 Chemical Dependency, Criminal Justice,
Education, and Health sites. To find out more, stop by our office at
2205 Michigan Union or call us at 3-3548. Hours are Monday-Friday
from 8-5.
Project Community: where service and learning intersect.

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Monday-Friday,
4-8 The U-M's best Happy Hour with drinks, munchies, old TV, and
new friends
Monday Evening
Reggae Nite,
9:30: D.J. Tom Simonian
Tuesday Evening
Progressive Dance Music Nite,
9:30: D.J. Mark Feggins
Wednesday Evening
UAC Laughtrack,
10:00: Comedian Peter Berman with host Tom Franck
Thursday Evening
UAC Soundstage,
10:00: Live music with Rain
Friday Evening
New Music Nite,
9:30: D.J. Tom Simonian
Saturday Evening
U-Club Live,
9:30: Featuring Captain Dave and the Psychedelic Lounge Cats
*****The University Club is a private club for U-M students, faculty,
staff, alumni and their invited guests. Only members of legal drinking
age may purchase alcohol. ID required."*'

Heart to Heart: YOU Help the Homeless
This is the perfect all-around event. On Saturday, April 21 you have
the chance to get involved in a good cause, raise money for the
homeless in our area, meet some equally dedicated people, and maybe
lose a feiv pounds walking in the lovely spring weather. This five mile
event is either a walk or a fun run, depending on you. Either way'
money will go to Ozone Hkouse, Safe House, the Salvation A rmy
Shelter, Prospect Place Family Shelter, and the Shelter Association of
Ann Arbor.
The walk begins at noon at West Park in Ann Arbor and Riv r'ide
Park in Ypsilanti arnd end s at Carpenter School with a simple meal and
live music. A fter th at, busses will talk you back to y our starting site.
To get involved in thi ' pr iect, or to find ou mnor , p1easo st )r by the
S.E.R.V.E Office, 2211 Michigan Union, or call 936-437. 1 an to wa k
with some friends! We will give you a sponsor packet so that if they
can't walk with you, they can still contribute,
THANK YOU!
Project S.E.RV.E. would like to extend a s pecial tha nk you to all those
who participated in the S.ER.E Week '90. It was a great success
and we look forward to doing it again next y ar!
HELP!NG 1S A CHA IN ACT ION: PASS IT ALN

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Photography Exhibit
Documents Racism
Racial violence affected many
Americans in the early-to-mid
20th century, and in the 1960's,
the civil rights movement began
to redress several centuries of
violence and discrimination.
Both eras produced much
graphic and moving photo-
graphic evidence of hardship
and courage. Some of this
documentation appears in an
exhibit in the Art Lounge, first
floor of the Michigan Union.
Sponsored by UCAR (the United
Coalition Against Racism) and
Michigan Union Arts and
Programming, the exhibit will
remain open from today, April 9
through Thursday, April 19.

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Luncheon at the,
NIB Buffet
Feast this Wednesday noon at3 o
the NIB Eateries and Commonss
in the North Ingalls Building.
Try some Bavarian Casserole,budsr,
Cucumber Salad, Assorted Hardyou c ean
Rolls, and Assorted Fruit Pieces, e lr w W ear
all for a mere $4.95.h
What a bargain!_
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North Campus
Commons:
Jazz for Lunch
Venture up north to North
Campus Commons from 12-1
this and every Wednesday for a
lunchtime treat. Student jazz
ensembles from the U-M Music
School will be performing in the
atrium, a great windowed hall
that makes every sax sound
especially sophisticated. Lunch
can be special (from the NCC
Snack Bar) or ordinary (from a
brown bag) but it all tastes better
when combined with a jazz beat.

Chapman Plays Chopin
Arts at Midday gives you the
opportunity to enjoy a few quiet
moments of culture before
heading back to the old grind.
This week, pianist Rachel
Chapman will play beautiful
music to soothe the soul, ballads
by Chopin and Hayden. Stop by
the Pendleton Room on the
second floor of the Union on
Thursday, April 12th from 12:15-
12:45 after a quick and delicious
lunch in the U-Club or the MUG
for this free concert.

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